Convenient for him that his graph started in 1970, but that's a subtle form of dishonesty since it's been warming since at least 1890.
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Oh I don't disagree at all. But the oil will still be there when prices rise again.
I'm not complaining about the current plentiful cheap oil myself.
Of course the oil is going to get to market. People are deluded if they think this is going to stop the oil sands.
CALGARY Shipments of oil by rail from Western Canada are expected to more than triple in the next two years, as the sector heads into a severe shortage of pipeline capacity by next year, according to a new forecast by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
At the right price point (admittedly not right now) even trucks may become economical. I'm betting they would find a way to ship it by carrier pigeon before they would leave it in the ground. Makes no difference to me so long as there is no shortage.
Cisco opened a priority 1 case with Microsoft yesterday as soon as we found out about this issue. We are continuing to escalate this issue with Microsoft for a resolution timeframe. We recommend that all customers open their own cases with Microsoft since the ultimate fix will need to come from them. You can feel free to reference Cisco's case # which is 115021112390273 in order to expedite having your ticket properly triaged by their support team.
Yes, in a perfect world only those who believe others should suffer as long as possible would be the ones who die slow painful deaths, but the world is not perfect, so it unfortunately happens to decent folks as well. We do treat animals better and that is a sad commentary on society.
Even more sad is the old laws forced some people to cut their lives short earlier - killing themselves when they are still physically able because they fear the day they won't be capable of doing it themselves.
Certainly tight controls need to be in place, but most important - and this was important even before this ruling - make sure your family and friends knows your wishes. Many people already have "living wills", I would suggest everyone should make sure their wishes are known before hand. It may not make for the happiest dinner conversation, but it is a conversation well worth having sooner rather than later.
Here is a template from our local health authority. You will find many others on the internet.
The user interface on phones suck.
LOL Not nearly as bad as the user interface on my BMW. Ever tried typing an address with a scroll wheel? And the voice recognition is no better.
It is illegal to use a handheld device in our cars around here, so I either use the much more distracting iDrive or risk the fine with the much easier to use phone. Does not make anyone safer, though.
Don't worry, in Trudeau's Canada he'll be bringing back the liberal style by knocking the teeth out of protesters personally and laughing at the use of pepper spray on them.
You're a fool if you think it's Harper that's the problem. The problem is Government.
I don't disagree. I'm not partisan and don't really like any of them.
Accordingly, I fully subscribe the politicians are like diapers theory.
On the plus side Harper's government has lost more SCC rulings than any other one that I can remember.
That makes me happy.
I have a rooted phone running 4.3. I use Chrome for browsing, but realize other apps may use webview and be vulnerable. In fact they make it easy for developers to do so.
I'm wondering if I can simply disable it by deleting/renaming a library or something similar, or will that make the entire OS unstable? I don't care if it breaks apps - those would only the vulnerable ones anyway. Absent that, it looks like it is possible to remove access to individual apps through their manifest files.
But of course as I said that would break them.
I'm not a developer, but maybe a script that will search out all manifest files (as root of course) and neuter any vulnerable apps by altering them would be useful. Once you know which ones are broken you can set about safely fixing them.
If you use an offshore email provider, the NSA will just grab whatever it wants, whenever it wants, without even the tiniest fig leaf of law to cover up strategic bits.
And likely none of it would ever be admissible in an American court of law........
Your last four 2-term presidents - Reagan, Clinton, G W, and now Obama - have faced both both houses controlled by the other party in the last 2 years of their term.
Seems your presidents just wear out their welcomes before their full 2 terms are over.
This is all true, but I'm quite thankful that the courts have been doing a pretty good job protecting us from the government.
I think Harper has lost more Supreme Court and Federal Court cases than any government I can remember. Hope it keeps up that way.
Freenet was the first thing that came to my mind when I read the headline.
This isn't a new idea.
Plenty of Canadian oil is refined and used in North America. The rest of our domestic oil supply comes on tankers from overseas. I guess they can't refine it where they are either.
Actually makes no difference to me, so long as my tank is full. Just seems sensible to do it all in the most efficient way.
And then use pipelines to move the refined product to markets? Sure you have thought this through?